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Casey Abrams


Vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Casey Abrams became an right away superstar in January 2011, when he was selected to be always a contestant on the favorite televised skill competition American Idol. Abrams was created on Feb 12, 1991, in Austin, Tx. Abrams’ family resided in Illinois for quite some time before settling in Idyllwild, California, where his dad taught filmmaking on the Idyllwild Arts Academy. Abrams became students at Idyllwild, where he researched both jazz and traditional music, with focus on the dual bass and piano. Furthermore to jazz, Abrams created a fondness for traditional jazz and pop vocalists such as for example Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, and Adam Taylor, and began monitoring singing in addition to instrumental performance. Once the manufacturers of American Idol started holding auditions because of their tenth period, Abrams appeared on the tryouts in Austin, and his edition of Ray Charles’ “I Don’t REQUIRE NO Doctor” impressed the judges, who produced him among the 24 semifinalists who got part within the televised competition in LA. Abrams’ warm, participating design and likable character produced him a popular with American Idol’s audiences along with the judges, as do his eclectic options of material, which range from Ella Fitzgerald to Nirvana. When Abrams fared badly within the voting after achieving the Best 11, the show’s judges produced the uncommon choice to “save” Abrams, intervening to maintain him within the operating after an extraordinary overall performance of Elton John’s “Your Track.” However, a month later on, Abrams was finally voted from the show, to arrive 6th place while Scotty McCreery arrived in 1st. After making several television looks and getting involved in the annual American Idol concert tour, Abrams produced his documenting debut in nov 2011, when he and Haley Reinhart (another time of year ten contestant) documented a duet edition from the seasonal preferred “Baby, It’s Chilly Outside” which was released as an individual. In January 2012, Concord GROUP announced they’d authorized Abrams to an archive offer, and his self-titled debut record premiered in June 2012.

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Full Name Casey Abrams
Profession Singer, Songwriter
Education Idyllwild Arts Foundation, University of Colorado Boulder
Nationality American
Parents Pam Pierce, Ira Abrams
Music Songs Simple Life, Get Out, Baby, It's Cold Outside, Stuck In London, Great Bright Morning, A Boy Can Dream, Wore Out My Soul, Midnight Girl, Have You Ever Seen The Rain, Dry Spell, Blame It On Me, Your Song, Hit The Road Jack, I Feel the Earth Move, We Don't Care How You Do It Up North, Really Saying Something, Harder to Breathe, Nobody’s Song, The Times They Have a-Changed, Hi de Ho, Cowbell, OIOU, So Long Away, The View From Here, Twelve Bar Blues, Never Knew What Love Can Do, My Doppelganger, Shining a Light, The Scarecrow And The Tin Man, Am I Wrong, Feel Alive, It's Rained Every Day Since They Closed Down The Zoo
Albums Casey Abrams, Twist Is the New Twerk, Historical Misappropriation, Selfies On Kodachrome, Emoji Antique, Swipe Right For Vintage, Top Hat On Fleek, PMJ And Chill, 33 Resolutions Per Minute, Fake Blues, Like a Mirror, "Oh, You Kid!", Clubbin' With Grandpa, New Gramophone, Who Dis?, Casey Abrams Live

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